Pakistani Rangers target BSF post in Gurdaspur’s Chakri village

Pakistani rangers attack BSF in Gurdaspur

Within hours of another terrorst attack at Army base in Baramulla, Pakistan violated ceasefire again along the border in Gurdaspur, Punjab. They tried to infiltrate the Indian territory along the border in Punjab’s Gurdaspur city.

The police are carrying out search operations in Gurdaspur’s Dorangla village after some suspected persons were seen.

“Terrorists tried to enter the camp but our forces retaliated and the terrorists fled. Search operations continue,” Inspector General of BSF(Kashmir) Vikas Chandra told ANI.

“We’ve sounded alert on the border, where suspicious movement was seen. At present, everything is under control,” IPS Officer Anil Paliwal told.

Ever since Indian Army carried out surgical strikes across terrorist launch pads across LoC on Thursday, ceasefire violations have become a constant, the previous ones being at Akhnoor sector of Jammu & Kashmir.

Around 1000 villages in Punjab and many others in Jammu & Kashmir had been evacuated keeping in mind the security of the people.

While the Home Minister Rajnath Singh is reviewing the Baramulla attack that took place on Sunday night with NSA Ajit Doval, this another firing has grabbed the attention.

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